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DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse opened two stores in Toronto this week - Slow and Controlled Growth Planned  In April, DSW bought a 49.2% stake in Town Shoes, paving the way for DSW's entry into Canada. Mr. Dinan says that DSW stores will eventually roll-out across the country. DSW's strategy for entering Canada is initially a cautious one. DSW will ensure that these first stores are able to provide the same quality experience of its US locations and once confident enough, DSW will open stores Canada-wide. (Source

Target Canada opening 3 new stores in Ontario, Quebec - Now 130 open

Menswear store owner - Sudbury shooting victim, fears reprisal from released shooter  The victim of a shooting incident in downtown Sudbury says he lives in fear that his attacker will be released and says a recent ruling makes that possibility seem closer than ever. In 2010, Alex Klem walked into Tony Monteleone's menswear store, and shot him in the abdomen. Klem was found not criminally responsible for that last year. The judge said he suffered from paranoia and delusional disorder. Klem has been in custody at the North Bay Psychiatric Hospital since the ruling. But recently, the Ontario Review Board granted Klem a transfer to a mental health facility in the town of Whitby in southern Ontario. Monteleone said he is disappointed by what he sees as a favorable ruling. And he's also afraid Klem will be released, and come after him. (Source

Plain clothes York Police team targeting shoplifters and known criminals
A new plain clothes police team has been launched in York. The four-person team has been given funding to take on shoplifters, bike thieves and other acquisitive crimes in the city, and is concentrating on offenders recently released from prison, along with other known offenders. Inspector Charlotte Bloxham said the new team was not created following a rise in crime, but with the intention of trying a new method of dealing with volume crime. Insp Bloxham said: "We have had some good results in areas where they would perhaps not have done previously because they weren't in plain clothes." (Source

Suspects sought after unsuccessful armed robbery at Vaughan jewelry store

Vacuum thief's clean getaway captured by Costco's surveillance camera

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